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Exhibition History Three Centuries of Comic Art-Eighteenth Century Satire: John Collet (Museum of Art and Archaelogy, University of Missouri-Columbia, 1998-06-06 - 1998-08-23)

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Butler Clowes A Rescue or the Tars Triumphant
Engraved by Butler Clowes, active 1768, died 1782, British
A Rescue or the Tars Triumphant
1768
unknown artist Miss Wicket and Miss Trigger
Print made by unknown artist, eighteenth century
Miss Wicket and Miss Trigger
1778
Richard Earlom [A Soft Tumble after a Hard Ride]
Engraved by Richard Earlom, 1743–1822, British
[A Soft Tumble after a Hard Ride]
c. 1790
unknown artist The Ladies' Shooting Poney
Engraved by unknown artist
The Ladies' Shooting Poney
1780
unknown artist Miss Tipapin Going for All Nine
Print made by unknown artist, eighteenth century
Miss Tipapin Going for All Nine
1779
unknown artist The Wife's Fortune Told
Print made by unknown artist, eighteenth century
The Wife's Fortune Told
ca. 1768
John Raphael Smith The Bread and Butter Manufactory, or the Humors of Bagnigge Wells
Print made by John Raphael Smith, 1752–1812, British
The Bread and Butter Manufactory, or the Humors of Bagnigge Wells
1783
Samuel Okey The City Chanters
Engraved by Samuel Okey, active 1765–1780, British
The City Chanters
1771
John Goldar The Sacrifice
John Goldar, 1729–1795, British
The Sacrifice
1767
John Goldar The Refusal
John Goldar, 1729–1795, British
The Refusal
1768
unknown artist The Husband's Fortune Told
Print made by unknown artist, eighteenth century
The Husband's Fortune Told
ca. 1768
M. Rennoldson The Female Orators
Engraved by M. Rennoldson, active 1751, British
The Female Orators
1768
John Goldar The Recruiting Serjeant
Engraved by John Goldar, 1729–1795, British
The Recruiting Serjeant
c. 1760